INTEGRATING VIDEO IN THE CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK PRACTICE: VOICES FROM INDONESIA
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AbstractAbstract: Written corrective feedback in the realm of ESL/EFL has gained more attention from researchers in the last 10 years, and the latest innovation in the practice is the integration of video in the delivery of written corrective feedback (Stannard, 2008). However, research on video-based written corrective feedback (VWCF) in EFL/ESL writing instructions so far has only revealed its qualitative strengths (Stannard, 2008; Mathisen, 2012)—that is, in terms of students’ responses towards its application, a gap that the current paper intends to address. The present study reported in this paper is a classroom action research (CAR) aiming at increasing the writing accuracy of a group of students of a state university in Bali, Indonesia through the integration of video in the corrective feedback practice. The writing instruction in the study is carried out in a blended learning fashion combining the traditional learning mode with an email-based correspondence between the tutor and the students. The findings seem to indicate that video-taped orally-delivered direct corrective feedback has a relatively small impact on student accuracy improvement percentage. However, the integration of video in the feedback provision appears to have a potential in terms of increasing students’ motivation in their learning of writing. The research results can provide some interesting insight to teachers who want to implement video-based feedback and future research on this type of feedback. Keywords: corrective feedback, video integration, accuracy improvement, writing
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Myartawan, I Putu Ngurah Wage and Adnyani, Luh Diah Surya (2016) INTEGRATING VIDEO IN THE CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK PRACTICE: VOICES FROM INDONESIA. In: The 61 TEFLIN International Conference 2014, 2014, Universitas Sebelas Maret.